Night With You - Poem by Paul Prescott
I saw you sit there that night,
You caught my eye, you smiled at me,
How can I forget the beauty?
That of you only I could see
Your hair was dark,
Your smile was the cutest,
Your body and sensitivity,
I could not stop looking at you.
I wanted to make you mine,
So I sat next you,
With all the courage I had,
I just did what I thought I should do.
When we touched each others lips,
My belly jumped, my heart went faster,
I felt 'wow' what an angel,
When I held you in my arms,
I didn't want to let you go,
When you sat on my lap,
I wanted it all to last forever more.
If I did have you it would of made the best Christmas present,
To forget every thing else,
Just you for Christmas,
Would make the luckiest guy in the world.
But for now in writing this,
I do feel a sense of stupidity,
But I hope in my heart and soul,
That you are happy...
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